Wholly

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wholly owned   (全額出資)

The airline was wholly owned by David Ting Kwok Ho.

RCI Banque is a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault.

Allos is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Spectrum.

wholly owned subsidiary   (完全子会社)

RCI Banque is a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault.

Allos is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Spectrum.

It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Recipe Unlimited.

not wholly   (完全にではない)

He did not wholly abandon composition in these years.

Some constitutions are largely, but not wholly, codified.

Nevertheless, the publication of dastans did not wholly cease during that period.

became a wholly   (完全になりました)

In 2004, it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault.

In 2004, Revoz became a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault.

On January 29, 2010, Sofmap became a wholly owned subsidiary of Bic Camera.

almost wholly   (ほぼ完全に)

The west section is almost wholly absent other than its foundations.

They were almost wholly dependent on villages gifted to them by successive kings.

The stems are green, and almost wholly replace the leaves as the plant's functioning photosynthetic organs.

wholly within

The area it grows is protected, lying wholly within the Southwest National Park.

Their application was refused due to the lack of a major motorsport event held wholly within Monaco's boundaries.

Until the 1967 Six-Day War, the Dan River was the only source of the river Jordan wholly within Israeli territory.

wholly owned subsidiaries

NCH has several wholly owned subsidiaries, some of them in the maintenance products business.

The PIF’s wholly owned subsidiaries include: The PIF has a minority stake in the following projects:

In 2007, Fuji TV acquired additional shares of Fusosha and Pony Canyon to make them wholly owned subsidiaries.

wholly or partly

Being a Member of Parliament and representing a constituency which comprises wholly or partly the cantonment area i.e.

English Americans English Americans (also referred to as Anglo-Americans) are Americans whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England.

When close enough to its prey, usually when it is within , it strikes, an action it can perform with its body wholly or partly out of the water.